SHFL cleared in infringement case

SHFL cleared in infringement case

Monday, March 24, 2014 Totally Gaming

The Macau Public Prosecutor’s Office has informed SHFL entertainment that there is no evidence that the company infringed either of the two patents that LT Game claimed. SHFL, now a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bally Technologies, said the investigation has now concluded with the Macau Public Prosecutor finding no evidence that SHFL engaged in any wrong-doing.

“We are extremely pleased with the decision of the Macau Public Prosecutor’s Office,” said Ken Jolly, executive vice president of SHFL entertainment (Asia).

“We have consistently and vigorously defended our products against the many complaints made by LT Games and its affiliates. We were vindicated in July 2013 on a similar issue with an acquittal by the Macau First Instance Court and are confident that we will continue to be vindicated in any appeal by LT Game.”

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